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tv   The Stream 2018 Ep 179  Al Jazeera  November 8, 2018 11:32am-12:01pm +03

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if our government could connect the dots between barry speech folks and the gun people if you if you are someone who is dangerous violent and semitic anti-black anti-gay rhetoric online and you are known doesn't go on shore you should have a giant red wine over your out it's a no brainer i'm going to wrap up the conversation on the website of the tree of life synagogue and they list the funerals that have been the funerals that are coming up and just one line here that really stuck out at me the support shown worldwide proves that love truly is stronger than hate an amazing sentiment because after this conversation it's really hard to to think like that but that's what the website of the synagogue where eleven of their congregation was actually killed when he has this conversation going down online people are pointing a finger at the head of the country mike says it's quite difficult to buy
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anti-semitism when it's being propagated from the highest offices in the country over time we have for today show guest thank you very much for joining us i see you and i take it. i mean his story is a for the but these people every week brings a series of breaking stories told through the eyes of the world's journalists these two voices journalists were one of the few journalists that were actually doing investigative work join been listening post as we turned the cameras on the media and focus on how they were caught on the stories that are the most biased the rights to those stories but then he never publishes those stories they're listening post on al-jazeera. it is murder when you throw a fire bomb into someone's home and need heat. actually you know. not
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that it is significant and i'm sure is that insignificant ideologically that is significant even as it crime gag down very significant by dictating big government and the fucked up policy the dow shall not kim cause of the radicalized series on al-jazeera she's the head of four generations of family and the bearer of forty years of suffering. a heart or a hinge a refugee in her ninety's has fled persecution in me and mark three separate times in her life first in one thousand nine hundred seventy then one nine hundred ninety one and finally in two thousand and seventeen. they beat as they kidnapped as they detained does. ghoul and her family span almost a century in age bonded through blood and displacement they now all live in
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a single hut located in the world's largest refugee camp in many ways what's happened to this particular extended family really mirrors what's happened to so many other rohinton who face decades of repression and abuse the range of aren't just the world's largest group of stateless people they're also among the world's most persecuted minorities. u.s. president donald trump fires his attorney general costing downside over the future of special counsel law but not as an investigation. on the russia investigation are you concerned that that you made i'm not concerned about anything with you may have a shine to dispensing action because it's a hoax are you that's enough put down the mike and move was announced just off. said news conference following a night of mixed results for his posse and choose days midterm elections.
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hello there i'm sure a call this is al jazeera live from doha also coming up fighting is reported around the yemeni city of hadera has been special committee calls for peace talks. and seventy nine school students kidnapped in cameroon afraid to put mystery surrounds who took them. because president donald trump has fired attorney general jeff sessions and came a day off a trunk republican party lost control of the house of representatives and chooses midterm elections that would increase his majority in the senate will have much more on the election and is often lost and a few moments but first can really help it has more on a contentious day at the white house worried i should not that's another reason it was supposed to be a news conference about the outcome of the midterm elections as well sit down but
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it quickly turned into a testy exchange with reporters which included questions about the future of president donald trump's cabinet and the fate of his have battled attorney general jeff sessions and i'm very happy with most of my cabinet will look into that different people for different positions shortly after the president tweeted that his attorney general was out sessions writing in a letter to the president at your request i am submitting my resignation trumpets muse publicly about getting rid of sessions ever since the attorney general recused himself from the investigation into alleged ties between the truck campaign and the kremlin during the twenty sixteen presidential campaign sessions is replaced by matthew whitaker who will serve as acting attorney general whitaker is viewed as a trump loyalist and penned an op ed last year arguing the moeller probe was going too far he is now officially overseeing that same investigation over any attorney
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general whether this one or another war. should not be able to interfere with the model or investigation in any way they should not be able to end it they should not be able to limit it right one of you know that i mean on monday trump said he wanted to take a softer tone but his post mid term news conference was his longest and arguably most contentious his press duration at times boiled over as he railed yet again at the media after he was asked repeatedly about the muller probe c.n.n. should be ashamed of itself having you working for them you are a rude terrible person for me are you at once without a white house aide tried to take a microphone for a reporter another reporter asked about concerns over the rise of white nationalism that such a racist question the sessions firing in the fall of from the u.s. midterms comes as donald trump prepares to head to paris where he'll attend an
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event along with russian president vladimir putin on wednesday trump once again declined to directly criticize putin for his twenty fourteen addicks ation of crimea instead blaming it on former president barack obama can really help get al-jazeera the white house in the firing of sessions was announced just after president has republican party's gain in the senate from tuesday's midterm elections turnout was unusually high across the country and the night offered good news for both of the main political parties democrats have claimed two hundred twenty three seats so far in the u.s. house of representatives handing them control their over it was the republicans who picked up seats from the democrats in the senate is telling us stands at fifty one could be several weeks before we know the final numbers for both houses of congress fifteen house races and two senate races still too close to call and also be a senate runoff in mississippi later this month. well the result set the stage for
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what promises to be a very different washington both politically and in terms of who says in congress reports from washington d.c. a big day yesterday white house spin zone despite the mid-term loss of the house to the democrats president donald trump declared victory citing republican gains in the senate they did focus on the senate and we had tremendous success with the senate democratic house leader nancy pelosi said the democrats victory was an opportunity to work together with drum who will strive for bipartisanship we believe that we have the sponsibility to seek common ground where we can but we cannot we must stand out from our control of the house gives democrats power to block much of the republican legislative agenda and launch investigations into trump's russian business dealings taxes and other ethical issues dogging several
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senior officials we as democrats are here to strengthen the institution in which we serve and not to have it be a rubber stamp for president shop. many democratic voters believe the house should begin impeachment proceedings against trump but the senate republican leader had a warning for democrats drawn from republicans own experience i remember when we tried in the late ninety's. we impeach president clinton his numbers one often are going down and we underperform in the next election so the democrats on the house will have to decide just how much presidential harassments they think is good strategy i'm not so sure it will work for them. when it's sworn in early next year the new congress will include more women than any in history among them will be the first female muslim representatives including russia t.m. who is also the first palestinian american ever elected
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a black and latino women one including alexandria cortez will be the youngest person in the house and the first ever native american women will take their seats in the senate some races are still too close to call and may be headed for recounts but republican control of that body is a certainty there's not very much common ground between the parties on major issues like immigration and health care so the forecast for the next two years is lots of talk but little action robert oulds al-jazeera washington present donald trump says he'll have a much stronger opinion on the case of jamal khashoggi next week is out and john this has made it in saudi arabia as constance in istanbul last month. mattered more than a month since the death of mr to show you know journalists are a sad thing very terrible thing do you think saudi arabia is guilty of of having to
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murder and if so what kind of motorcycle your opinion on that subject over the next week and i'm working very closely with congress we're working together some very talented people and we're working with congress we're working with turkey and we're working with saudi arabia and i'm forming a very strong opinion. pro-government forces in yemen say they have advance closer to the rebel held forth city of data more than one hundred fifty people have been killed in the last three days. against the who things intensifies the major of the with the rebels has vowed to never surrender. pro-government forces lead a ground offensive on his data which is being controlled by heathy rebels since twenty footie the supported by a saudi amorality coalition which is the bombing positions in the pool city the collateral damage has did significant the age group save the children says one of its pharmacies providing lifesaving supplies was damaged by an asteroid
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pro-government forces have taken control of a major road leading into the city but the leader of the rebels in yemen has vowed not to surrender. i direct a call to all free men of our people to head for the front to defend the port city the battle is not a small one it stretches two thousand kilometers along the red sea coast it's been a year since the saudi emirate the coalition imposed an assay and land blockade on yemen the post city of her data was until now a lifeline for the small amount of humanitarian aid the managed to get into the country but is the battle to control her data intensifies it's become almost impossible to get food supplies into yemen about two thousand one hundred people have reportedly fled their homes in the area close to the fighting humanitarian agencies have consistently warned their protracted fighting inside her data city or any incident that he dropped it poor operations could set off a humanitarian catastrophe. hundreds of thousands of people who live in her day to
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face being trapped as fighting closes in around them the u.s. and un have called for a cease fire we've been urging all parties to come to the table. and to recognize that there is no military victory that can be achieved in yemen and we continue to call for a solution of hostilities but that calls seems to be falling on deaf is has both sides battle for control of her data the u.n. is warning yemen is just three months away from a devastating famine putting thirty million people at risk big tour a gate and b. al jazeera. a pakistani christian woman acquitted of blasphemy has been freed from prison. after eighteen years on death row sparked nationwide protests by hardliners she was convicted in two thousand and ten on charges of insulting the prophet mohammed after
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a dispute with muslim fellow farm workers. or the students kidnapped from a high school in cameroon have been released armed men took the seventy nine people from an presbyterian boarding school and mender which a governor says four people are still missing including a driver two teachers and the principal amend is one of the camerons english speaking regions where separatists have been fighting for an independent states or e.u. trade me that what used to define the fight as i went to an island or there was two because i saw my son in the video being harassed to talk loudly you understand i knew you was traumatized and that also made me more. so acknowledge that i've been here present i have seen and i've talked with them and i'm sure that they will be for now and find but i'm not sure of the safety of the school so my wish is that they close the school for now because of the security problems that are becoming.
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diplomatic relations with algeria he's proposed i think the border with the neighboring country. one thousand nine hundred for america. following a bombing in. the king says he will consider proposals may want to offer to break the stalemate. since i came to the throne i've been calling for the opening of borders separating the two countries in normalizing the moroccan algerian relations are reiterated that morocco is prepared to engage in dialogue with algeria to iron out differences standing in our way are proposed to algerians to devise a common political mechanism for dialogue and consultation i emphasize that morocco is open to the proposals that algeria may come forward with to end the stalemate between the two neighboring countries. still ahead on al-jazeera undeterred and likened caravan stopped to rest in mexico city before pushing on to
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the us border. and watching a government is offering migrants free plane tickets back to the. dying away or hot gong from iran you can see from the satellite picture this is historic of course services moving in this general direction there's active weather there now towards turkmenistan and beyond and winter's thinking about it but the skies should clear for daytime on thursday that's not the case further west wall street is a mystery iran is looking for and the likelihood of seeing yet more.


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